|Portage Community School District|
Students at Woodridge Elementary school have voted for their primary book pick for the WEMTA Golden Archer Awards. The Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association has students in grades K-8 vote on their choice for the winner of the Golden Archer Award. Woodrige Elementary students have sent in their winning vote for: “The Day the Crayons Quit” by Drew Daywalt. Their voting results (and additional good primary book choices) are:
“Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses” - 23
by Kimberly and James Dean
“That is Not a Good Idea” - 17
by Mo Willems
“Oh, No!” - 28
by Candace Fleming
“The Dark” - 30
by Lemony Snicket
“The Day The Crayons Quit” - 60
by Drew Daywalt
Lewiston Elementary is raising money for "Pennies for Patients", an organization that raises money for children in Wisconsin with Leukemia. Last year Lewiston students raised $2,000, which is their goal again this year. The fundraiser ends January 30, 2015.
The Portage Community School District is looking to connect our current students with Portage High School graduates working in various careers. These connections could be in person or using technology (email, Skype, Google Hangout). We are looking for all areas from actor, banker, chemist, to veterinarian and welder. Please provide your information on this form if you are willing to be contacted by a current student, teacher, or administrator. We will not share your information outside our school district. Thank you!
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